COVID-19 RESOURCES

Keeping You Informed- That's Our Goal

The San Angelo Unit 6219 Branch of the NAACP is actively participating in various informational sessions about the COVID-19 Pandemic, so that we can keep you informed.
We are providing general information and links to credible resources so that you can obtain the most updated information and stay informed.
The local market is under directives about social distancing, and ways to keep you and your family safe.  We encourage everyone to stay abreast of the directives, as our small community has seen a significant rise in confirmed COVID-19 cases.
Most importantly, we ask that all residents of all ages, to the best of their ability, respect the social distancing policies.  We recognize that everyone can't stay home; and we also understand that in some cases it's difficult to social distance even at home. Do the best you can.  Follow the guidelines for good hygiene even while you're home.  Protect yourself and your family.
Take this time to learn a new skill; catch up on reading; create something new- that the world needs from you!  Use the time to write down and plan a goal(s) for your future.  Utilize technology, and the old school method of a plain old telephone, to stay in touch with family and loved ones!  How about writing a letter and sending to someone you care about?  Share your thoughts in writing and make someone smile.
We remember our young people too during this period of isolation.  Here's one idea to engage them with something fun and age appropriate.  Join every Monday with your young children and listen to various stories read by former first lady Michelle Obama!  Watch the video above- it's delightful!
We hope the links below will keep you informed and provide the necessary information you need to sustain you and your family during this difficult time.
The coronavirus outbreak is officially a pandemic, according to the World Health Organization. Because of the racial and economic inequities embedded in our country’s systems, the effects of the coronavirus could be compounded for Black, Brown, Asian, and indigenous communities, as well as other population groups.
The NAACP has released a resource to guide officials responsible for addressing health, economic, and other impacts, in remediating some of the issues that are disproportionately affecting communities of color.
Our policy experts have outlined key considerations and recommendations in containing the spread of the coronavirus.
https://naacp.org/coronavirus/coronavirus-equity-considerations/

City of San Angelo

Find important information from the city of San Angelo.

https://www.cosatx.us/departments-services/health-services/coronavirus-covid-19



Small Business Administration- Coronavirus (COVID-19): Small Business Guidance & Loan Resources
Health and government officials are working together to maintain the safety, security, and health of the American people. Small businesses are encouraged to do their part to keep their employees, customers, and themselves healthy.  For more information:  https://www.sba.gov/page/coronavirus-covid-19-small-business-guidance-loan-resources


National NAACP Office
Coronavirus Equity Considerations
The NAACP has released a resource to guide officials responsible for addressing health, economic, and other impacts, in remediating some of the issues that are disproportionately affecting communities of color.
Our policy experts have outlined key considerations and recommendations in containing the spread of the Coronavirus. View the full guide here.
Report Discrimination During COVID-19
The NAACP wants to learn about possible civil rights violations during the Coronavirus pandemic.
Please tell us about your experience by filling out this form.
Inquiries & FAQs

The NAACP is making it a priority to provide information about the Coronavirus to our communities. If you have any questions, submit them here.

Frequently Asked Questions

Read our answers to the frequently asked questions about COVID-19.